Pontryagin's principle for problems with isoperimetric constraints and for problems with inequality terminal constraints
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Necessary conditions are derived for optimal control problems subject to isoperimetric constraints and for optimal control problems with inequality constraints at the terminal time. The conditions are derived by transforming the problem into the standard form of optimal control problems and then using Pontryagin's principle.
Key WordsIsoperimetric problems maximum principle necessary conditions control variable constraints control theory
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